Grieving Pakistan cricketer Asif Ali on Saturday left for England to join up with his country's World Cup squad following the funeral of his daughter, who he said will continue to be his strength and inspiration.
She was buried in the Punjab province city of Faisalabad on Thursday.
"I want to remember Dua Fatima as a warrior," tweeted 27-year-old Asif.
"She was my strength and inspiration. The fragrance of her memories is going to stay with me forever."
"I again request you all to pray for the soul of my princess. Thanks again for being there for me."
He will be available for Pakistan's second warm-up match against Bangladesh in Cardiff on Sunday.
"We as a team will be in need of your prayers and unconditional support."